To be honest, I personally do not own any boards other then the Raspberry Pi 3B or the newer 3B+
This said, Di et pi has images for many flavours of popular single board computers, including some popular oDroid boards.
Visit di et pi for more information on their images.
Be aware that your milage may vary as Codesys does officially not support di et pi.
But as di et pi is a fork of Raspbian, I expect that Codesys will work on it!
You can Try it yourself because it is very simple to set up!
step 1: burn di et pi on an SD card,
step 2: boot into di et pi and set it up,
Step 3: copy the codesys .deb file into the file system and install it via the command line.
sudo dpkg -i /boot/codesyscontrol_arm_raspberry_V18.104.22.168.deb
offcourse, you must type the exact file name of the copied .deb file if it differs in version.
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